After all these years,this post is still pushing people to join the futile search of legendary 36mm RMs...or is it me only ha?
I do see some 41/42s, but I'd prefer a 36, which would better suit my retro-esque tastes, but never seen one..
Last edited by lanceransa; March 22nd, 2018 at 08:56. Reason: typo
As I currently reside in Taiwan(not Thailand), mainly the Taiwanese market,
as well as chrono24, ebay, etc...
Even the japanese sites rakuten, timepeaks
but all w/o success
May I ask where you get to come across these findings?
pretty desperate by now... thanks again to teeritz AND OP
Also, a "few months" is nothing in this game - I think you'll need to be a little more patient than that! When I said "quite regularly", I meant several times a year. For a watch that needs to be tracked down, I'd say that's quite regular! Finally, the search needs to become a daily habit - sought-after models will disappear in a flash. Gotta give yourself a chance...
Thanks 8100RPM!! contacted, waiting anxiously for a reply...
Last edited by lanceransa; March 22nd, 2018 at 08:57. Reason: user name added
Of course, now that it's been discontinued for seven or eight years, there's a demand for it. Especially since A) the limited re-edition of 2017 is pricey and relatively rare as years go by (even though it ain't been out for a year yet,) and B the regular production 40mm model is, IMHO, a Railmaster in name only.
At 36mm in diameter, it's not for the faint-hearted, since it goes against current trends.
Workahol deserves some serious kudos for raising awareness of this watch in this classic size.
And what's a post without a pic?
And one more
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